Outrage Is Better Than Anxiety, Says Gessen On Coping With Threats To Democracy | All In | MSNBC

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Author Masha Gessen gives Chris Hayes advice about his “whistling-tea-kettle sense of rage”: “As difficult as outrage is to maintain, it is a much more constructive emotional state than anxiety.” Aired on 09/24/2020.
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